What will we see among our neighboring creatures when the eclipse passes across Oregon? There’s a bit of info from previous eclipses, click here.
Click here for second article on animal reaction to eclipse.
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Eastern Whipbirds make the oddest noise. As their name implies, their call sounds a little like a whip cracking: p-p-peeeuuw pheuw-pheuw. Actually, to me, it sounds more like a laser gun in a child’s science fiction game. 145 more words
We have swifts, though in reality, not parables but
Bolts in the world’s need: swift
Swifts, not in punishment not in ecstasy, simply… 594 more words
I picked up three new wordless picture books to share with you this week. We enjoyed all three. I hope that you find a few of these interesting! 990 more words
From Glacier National Park to Oregon’s coastal forests, one bird sings its way into our hearts all summer long. Wes and I wake to their spiraling aria at Rising Sun Campground on the east side of Glacier as wild rose hues mist the soaring peaks where adjectives like “majestic” are not enough. 599 more words